Maryland State Youth Soccer Association (MSYSA)
Virginia Youth Soccer Association (VYSA)
The Club Champions League (CCL) is based on the philosophy that the player is a member of the club as well as a member of the team and that successful clubs develop players and teams from within.
One of the nation's premiere Boys' Travel Soccer leagues, serving teams in Maryland, Washington D.C., and Northern Virginia.
WAGS has long been considered one of the top Travel Soccer leagues for young women.
ODSL is a travel soccer league serving clubs in Northern and Central Virginia.
The Suburban Friendship League (SFL) has been operating since the Fall 1990 season providing scheduling services for recreational soccer teams. The league's charter and decisions are based on whether the result is for the good of the players.
US Youth Soccer -The Game for ALL Kids!Â® is the largest youth sports organization in the country and largest member of the United States Soccer Federation, the governing body of soccer in the United States. US Youth Soccer registers more than 3.2 million players annually, ages 5 to 19, and over 900,000 administrators, coaches and volunteers in 55 member state associations. US Youth Soccer programs provide a fun, safe and healthy environment for players at every level of the game.
US Club Soccer is a non-profit organization committed to the support and development of competitive soccer clubs. US Club Soccer is a National Affiliate member of the United States Soccer Federation (USSF), and as such registers players, and sanctio
At the Super Y League (SYL), the goal is to provide your club with an experience that is unparalleled in youth soccer. The Super Y League shares your passion for player development and realizes that in order to be an elite club, you must play in an elite league. With the new Regional Scouting Series, partnerships with some of the leaders in youth soccer, experienced and professional staff, advanced player tracking, and offering the chance to compete for a North American Championship, the Super Y League is the best operated youth league in North America, allowing it to stand above the competition.
The Soccer Association for Youth (SAY) was formed to provide an organization within which children could learn and play soccer, the world's most popular sport. The fact that any size player can be successful at the game and the modest expense required to field a team, make it possible for many children to participate in organized competition. These factors, plus the enthusiasm of the children once they have played the game, have resulted in a rapid growth of the SAY Program.
In a world where children can no longer play outside without supervision, parents and coaches have taken over. And the competitive drive adults bring to the game means youngsters no longer have time to fall in love with football, to play for fun and thus truly to develop their skills.
Positive Coaching Alliance, a national non-profit based at Stanford University, is creating a movement to transform the culture of youth sports so that every youth athlete can have a positive, character-building experience.
The Chris Nedelcovych Soccer Foundation for Youth Soccer Coaches (CNSF) was established to assist and encourage young people who love soccer and want to "teach" the game to younger players.